Coline Grando

Coline Grando



Coline Grando is a French director and screenwriter. She is best known for her work in the film industry, having directed several critically acclaimed films. Born in Paris, France in 1976, Grando studied cinema, theater, and literature at the University of La Sorbonne.

Grando began her career in the film industry in 1998, when she directed her first short film, “Le Chat et la Souris”. The film was well received by critics and audiences, and Grando soon began to make a name for herself in the industry.

Grando’s first feature-length film, “La Vie Passe” was released in 2001 and garnered her a César Award nomination for Best Director. Her next film, “L’Amour C’est Comme Ça”, was released in 2004 and won the Prix du Jury at the Cannes Film Festival.

In 2006, Grando directed her most successful film to date, “Le Chant des Sirènes”. The film was an international success, winning numerous awards, including the César Award for Best Director, the Prix Louis-Delluc for Best Director, and the Prix de la Critique for Best Film.

In recent years, Grando has continued to direct films, including “La Fille du Pain” (2009), “La Femme Sans Visage” (2011), and “Vous êtes les Bienvenus” (2014). She has also directed several television series, including “Les Aventures de Mademoiselle Mars” (2012) and “La Lune et le Soleil” (2015).

Grando’s films have been praised for their unique visual style and moving themes. She has been credited with bringing a new, fresh perspective to the French film industry, and is widely respected by her peers. She has also been praised for her willingness to experiment with different styles and techniques, and for her ability to tell powerful stories with her films.

Coline Grando is a highly acclaimed director and screenwriter whose films have been praised by critics and audiences alike. Her unique style and powerful stories have made her one of the most respected directors in the French film industry.

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